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Photo Tour of the TTC's Hidden History

Transit Toronto has posted an article that details some of the older and decommissioned entrances and spaces that dot today's subway routes. In particular, the Bloor-Danforth subway terminal.

The piece accompanies a larger look at the history of the Bloor and University subway lines. Tracing the history back to 1942, when plans were first submitted to the city to build the lines.


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